In: Hallucinogens

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

A mental health disorder or a substance abuse disorder usually does not exist in an isolated vacuum. This means that it…

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Co-Occurring Disorders

Substance abuse and addiction can mask a mental illness and vice versa. Many clients admit to an addiction treatment program only…

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Street Names for Commonly Abused Drugs

Drug abuse has plagued the American continent since the 1800s when morphine, heroin, and cocaine were hailed for their amazing curative…

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New Study Reveals Certain Personality Traits May Lead to Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a chronic and severe mental disorder that is characterized by psychotic symptoms and greatly affects how an individual feels,…

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World Bipolar Day March 30th

World Bipolar Day March 30th “The vision of World Bipolar Day is to bring world awareness to bipolar disorders and to…

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A Broad Perspective of Hallucinogen Abuse

Hallucinogens are a class of drugs used to enhance or alter mood, perceptions, and emotions. They have a rich cultural history…

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The Deadly Effects of Quitting Alcohol

Approximately 16 million people in the United States have an alcohol use disorder, defined by the National Institutes of Alcohol Abuse…

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Understanding Mental Health Through Literature

Whether you are fighting a continuous battle with drugs and alcohol, currently receiving treatment for an eating disorder or struggling with…

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National Drug and Alcohol Week Jan 22-28 2018

National Drug and Alcohol Week is an awareness week that was started by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) in…

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Co-occurring Disorders in Teenagers: Cocaine and Anxiety

Anxiety commonly occurs in the teenage population due to the many changing factors associated with this life stage. Hormonal changes, physical…

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